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$776,000

4419 LINKWOOD ROAD

4419 LINKWOOD ROAD

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4419 LINKWOOD ROAD

$776,000 | 4419 Linkwood ROAD, Baltimore, MD 21210

Offer deadline Monday at 1pm. Open Sunday 12-2. A truly unique opportunity to own a part of Baltimore history and one of the last lots developed in Guilford. The home was designed by the original owner & Architect E.S. Altreith in 1959 as his personal residence. The home has undergone renovations over the last several years, to bring its amenities and finishes to the current state. Mr. Altreith had a vision for this beautiful lot with thoughtful consideration of nature and its surrounding context. In fact, nature prevails as it engulfs this stunning "mid mod" home, tucked in a wooded 1/4 acre oasis that is just steps away from all the amenities the Guilford & Roland Park neighborhoods have to offer, including many private and public school choices. The home was rebuilt by current owner and architect after a tragic tree collapsed on it in 2020. The home boasts a structural reconstruction (March 2021), new roof (March 2021), spray foam insulation, new heat pump & AC (November 2022), fully functioning original radiant floor heating, upgraded house wide LED lighting, newly painted & finished interiors (March 2021), and high-end Robern bathroom fixtures and Dacor kitchen appliances. Additional important features include: 4 newly finished bedrooms, a recently finished basement (with 4th bedroom/guest suite option), a wood-burning fireplace in the primary suite and 2 gas fireplaces - one in the living room and one in a bedroom. This home is a true MCM gem and one you must see in person to fully appreciate its special location and design.

  • Sold

    Status
  • 4

    Bedrooms
  • 3

    Bath
  • 2,477 Sq.Ft.

    Living Area
  • 0.39 Acres

    Acres Lot
  • 1956

    Year Built

Features & Amenities

Area & Lot

Status:
Sold
Living Space:
2,477 Sq.Ft.
Lot Size:
0.39 Acres
MLS® ID:
MDBA2078580
Type:
Residential
Year Built:
1956
Neighborhood:
Guilford
Architecture Styles:
Mid-Century Modern, Contemporary
View Description:
Trees/Woods
School District:
BALTIMORE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Interior

Total Bedrooms:
4
Total Bathrooms:
3
Full Bathrooms:
3
Flooring:
Wood, Ceramic Tile, Hardwood
Fireplace:
Gas, Wood Burning
Appliances:
Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Refrigerator, Ice Maker, Microwave, Oven, Gas Oven, Gas Range, Washer
Other Interior Features:
Entrance Foyer, Vaulted Ceiling(s), Walk-In Closet(s)

Exterior

Stories:
2 Floors
Water Source:
Public
Roof:
Rubber, Shingle
Parking:
Asphalt
Heat Type:
Radiant, Zoned, Electric, Natural Gas
Air Conditioning:
Central Air, Ceiling Fan(s)
Sewer:
Public Sewer
Substructure:
Stone
Other Exterior Features:
Patio

Financial

Sales Price:
$776,000
Real Estate Taxes:
$8,751/yr
HOA Fees:
$590/yr

Guilford

The Guilford Historic District, nestled within the urban landscape of northeast Baltimore City, stands as a testament to meticulous planning and architectural vision that took root in the early 20th century. Spanning 210 acres, this planned residential subdivision emerged from the foresight of the Roland Park Company, which acquired the land in 1911 from the Guilford Park Company, initiating a development process marked by a fusion of urban planning and architectural ingenuity. Central to Guilford's allure are its distinctive landscape features, carefully woven into the fabric of the neighborhood. Main thoroughfares and secondary roadways meander through the district, flanked by meticulously manicured green spaces. Inspired by the principles of the renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Guilford boasts "Olmstedian Places" that blend seamlessly with its architectural tapestry. One of the cornerstones of Guilford's success lies in its robust infrastructure, meticulously laid out to support the burgeoning community. But perhaps the most striking aspect of the district is its architectural diversity, exemplified by a harmonious blend of styles that reflect the eclectic tastes of its inhabitants. From the grandeur of Jacobethan Revival and Tudor Revival to the timeless elegance of Colonial Revival and the intricate detailing of Italian Renaissance Revival Style, Guilford stands as a living museum of architectural heritage. Yet, what truly sets Guilford apart is not merely its architectural splendor but the visionary approach taken by its chief architects. Rather than imposing a rigid aesthetic, they championed a philosophy of architectural planning that prioritized site development as a catalyst for design innovation. By seamlessly integrating the built environment with its natural surroundings, Guilford's architects embraced the ethos of the City Beautiful Movement, ushering in an era of comprehensive suburban design that celebrated the unity of the arts. In essence, Guilford Historic District transcends its status as a residential enclave; it is a living testament to the enduring power of thoughtful urban planning and architectural excellence. In its streets and structures, one finds not just a neighborhood, but a timeless embodiment of human creativity and aspiration.

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